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Old 07-10-2013, 01:46 PM   #1
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looking for campground in AZ

Looking to spend the winter months in a 40 mile radius of Gilbert AZ.
Any help on campgrounds would be helpful. thanks for any help.
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Old 07-11-2013, 12:46 AM   #2
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Nothing fancy but we like Carefree Manor RV Resort in Apache Junction.


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Go to Google maps and type in Gilbert AZ. Then type in RV Parks.

I just did that and 20 or so popped up.
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We are looking for a nice resort that someone has stayed at.
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Look at Gold Canyon Golf and RV Resort in Gold Canyon.
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Old 07-11-2013, 03:24 PM   #6
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Casa Grand is less than 40 miles.

We spent 3 months here last winter, Sunset1 RV Resort.
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Palm Creek

If you're looking around Casa Grande Palm Creek is a very nice RV resort.
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I agree concerning Palm Creek in Casa Grande , it is a first class resort .
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We've spent some time at The Resort on Ellsworth in Mesa. Lots of activities but pets are restricted to specific areas.
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Casa Grande gets a lots of dust storms and wind. Gold Canyon is very nice.
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What time of year are the dust storms ??
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What time of year are the dust storms ??
Summer months getting them now
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What time of year are the dust storms ??
2 seasons. A bit in March. Most in summer.

http://www.arizona.edu/features/ua-d...t-storm-danger
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2 seasons. A bit in March. Most in summer.

http://www.arizona.edu/features/ua-d...t-storm-danger
And any time in Lubbock Texas.
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